October eNews Special Offers

We've picked up some exciting offers and giveaways for you this month.

THE SEAGULL
In cinemas 4 October

Win one of 10 double passes to THE SEAGULL, based on the classic Chekhov play and starring Annette Bening, Saoirse Ronan, and Elisabeth Moss. One summer at a lakeside Russian estate, friends and family gather for a countryside weekend. While everyone is caught up in passionately loving someone who loves somebody else, a tragicomedy unfolds about art, fame, human folly, and the eternal desire to live a purposeful life.

Watch the trailer here.

To enter the draw, email [email protected] with the subject line ‘The Seagull Belvoir’.

 

THE FEATHER IN THE WEB by Nick Coyle
Griffin Theatre Company, 5 October – 17 November

Griffin Theatre Company presents The Feather in the Web by Nick Coyle—a wild, hilarious and unpredictable coming-of-age tale that asks how much we’re willing to give (and lose) for love.

For the chance to win a double pass to the Tuesday 13 November performance at 7pm, send your name and contact details to [email protected] with the subject line ‘BELVOIR’.

 

MAGGIE STONE
Darlinghurst Theatre Company, 30 September – 21 October

WIN a double pass to Caleb Lewis’ Maggie Stone, a gripping story about a hard-hearted small loans officer who doesn’t owe the world a thing. That is until she meets the Deng family whose fate collides with Maggie’s, leaving her rightfully indebted to a family left behind. 

To win a double pass to a performance on Thursday 11 October at 7.30pm email contact details to [email protected] with BELVOIR in the subject.

 

TWO HEARTS|
Kings Cross Theatre, 19 October – 4 November

The third floor of an old townhouse in Darlington. It’s hot. They’re single. Why not? Two Hearts is a tightly constructed three hander about waste, choice and intimacy in the Sydney summer heat. Written by Laura Lethlean and directed by STC directing associate Jessica Arthur, this is a potent and atmospheric play that asks: can you ever really rid yourself of the people you once loved?

To win a double pass to the performance on Sunday October 21st at 5pm by emailing [email protected] with a subject line ”TWO HEARTS – BELVOIR’.

 

FESTIVAL FATALE
The Eternity Playhouse Darlinghurst, 27 October

After the stunning success of Festival Fatale 2016, WITS are thrilled to be bringing it back this October! At the exquisite Eternity Playhouse and headlined by an absolute powerhouse of women artists, this year’s programme is a testament to the guts, gusto and originality of our home-grown female talent.

To win a double pass to see any production of your choosing email your name, phone number and chosen production to [email protected] with ”BELVOIR’ in the subject line.

 

FOREVER & EVER
Sydney Dance Company, Roslyn Packer Theatre Walsh Bay, 16-27 October

See Rafael Bonachela’s multi award winning Frame of Mind featuring a live score performed on stage by the Australian String Quartet. Plus, experience machine influenced movement in the world premiere of Forever & Ever.

Enjoy $10 off A & B Res tickets to this captivating double bill with code SDCFRIENDS. Sydney exclusive season, 16-27 Oct. Book now: https://goo.gl/Lwc12d.

 

BLUEBERRY PLAY by Ang Collins
The Old Fitzroy, 25-27 October, 10pm

This October, Red Line Productions are proud to present Blueberry Play by Ang Collins as part of their Underground program.

Blueberry Play explores the high highs and the low lows of being a teenage girl in a regional Australian town. Playwright-to-watch Ang Collins has crafted a beautifully intimate story about family life, adolescence, and mental illness.

Attend ‘Degenerate Art’ by Toby Schmitz’s beforehand and get two shows for the price of one!

To win a double pass, send an email with the subject ‘BELVOIR’, and nominate your performance of choice.

THE MINI BRITISH FILM FESTIVAL
Palace Cinemas, 23 Oct- 13 Nov

The MINI British Film Festival features the most eagerly anticipated British films of the year including powerful true stories, literary adaptations, biographies and modern classics starring some of Britain’s best known and beloved stars. The festival opens with Colette, the eponymous French novelist, whose provocative debut — falsely credited to her husband — becomes the toast of Paris, triggering a battle for identity, equality, and self-determination at the dawn of the feminist age.

To win a double pass to the MINI British Film Festival, email [email protected] with the subject ‘BRITISH FILM FESTIVAL”, including your name and postal address.